Biden is committed to putting oil refineries out of business.
Happy Fourth to all of the Nation Makers of today! The Vermont Daily Chronicle office will be closed Thursday, June 30 – Monday, July 4. Comment moderation will be slight and the editor won’t be returning emails. An edition will be published Friday, July 1, but not Monday, July 4.
Twitter won’t censor threats against Thomas, but will censor peer-reviewd study on Covid vax and fertility
Threaten to assassinate a black Supreme Court justice? Free speech, says Twitter. Tweeting about a study linking the Covid vax to infertility, not so much.
Columbia, the personification of the U.S.A., will appear on candidate for Congress Ericka Redic’s parade float.
Grow Georgia peaches in Georgia, Vermont? Sure thing
It’s not often Vermont gets mentioned in “Armed Citizen”, a regular feature in the NRA mag America’s First Freedom.
A resolution co-sponsored by Rep. Peter Welch calls for “eliminating unnecessary governmental restrictions on the provision of, and access to, gender-affirming medical care and counseling for transgender and nonbinary adults, adolescents, and children.”
Three days later, former state senator and now Gov. Phil Scott addressed Saturday’s vandalism of the Vermont State House, when asked directly on camera by a reporter. Sen. Becca Balint hasn’t said a word about it on her social media.
Over the July Fourth weekend, boaters will notice an increase in officer patrols on the water.
Vermonter complains about high cost of fuel and everything to Gov. Scott – see what his office wrote back
Price increases “are not due to any state policy,” but the State of Vermont does offer a some programs for people hit hard by inflation.